Byron Academy Names Stamford Developer Jenkins as December STEM Camp Instructor
     

Byron Academy is pleased to announce that Stanford University software developer Mikos Jenkins will be one of the featured instructors during the December Online STEM camp, which runs from December 27 - 31 for students grades 8 - 12. 

 

Mr Jenkins studied computer science at Michigan State University and now works as a software developer for Stanford University. He loves working on personal startup projects, and has a long-term goal of making the field of engineering more accessible to underrepresented communities.

 

Byron Academy’s first Virtual Winter Camp is partnering with outstanding non-profit and STEM organizations to provide students with access to real-life mentors, problem-solving and academic skills. This interactive, 5-day camp will take place online, where students will learn the following concepts:

  • The field of technology
  • Basic HTML coding
  • Basic graphic design
  • Introduction to hosting a website
  • Website design

 

In addition to the class, students will interact with industry leading guest speakers and mentors in the STEM field to find out how they use coding, website design, 3D-Printers, and other skills in their every-day lives.

 

This course is designed for students in grades 8-12. No prior coding or website design experience in necessary, just your natural curiosity and the desire to learn something new. Learn more and register at: http://www.byronacademy.org/onlinetechcamp or download the registration packet at: Registration Packet

When: December 27 - 31

Where: Online at Byron Academy

 
December 03, 2015